How to Have a Functional Office At Home

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Up until a year ago, when I was freelance and part-time, I didn’t have an office to go into. I worked from home daily, late at night, early in the morning, and every time in between. Now, I do have an office to go into, but even when we’re not working from home due to a pandemic, the Everygirl team works remotely twice a week. All of my work-from-home experience has definitely served me well. Though I miss my coworkers, of course, it only took a week or two for me to remember that I’ve done this before and I can do it again.

Despite all of my extensive experience working remotely, I’ve really never had a home office. I often work from couches, dining tables, kitchen countertops, and the like. I’ve done phone interviews in the passenger seat of a car, outside of a restaurant, and even at a polo field (a story for another time). I say all of this because I truly believe that…

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